2 Mar
2021

Joe Russo’s Almost Dead Releases Soundboard From Colorado’s 1st Bank Center

first_img[Photo: Andrew Rios]Setlist: Joe Russo’s Almost Dead | 1st Bank Center | Broomfield, CO | 4/29/2017Set One (8:39PM – 10:17PM): Shelter From The Storm @ (TH) -> Bertha > Let It Grow -> No Quarter Jam # -> Help On The Way > Slipknot! $ > Throwing Stones, Must Have Been Roses, Gonesville % (SM) -> Shakedown Street ^Set Two (10:45PM – 12:53AM)&&: Morfbeats & -> Space *-> Dark Star + -> Half Step -> Estimated Prophet -> Terrapin Suite > The Other One > Eyes Of The World @@Encore One: One More Saturday Night -> Cold Rain & Snow Jam ## -> One More Saturday Night Reprise ##, Not Fade Away $$ -> Tequila Jam -> Not Fade Away RepriseEncore Two: Ripple, Born To Run %%Notes:@ – Bob Dylan Cover, First Time Played by Almost Dead# – Not played by Almost Dead since The Belly Up, Aspen, CO, 2016-07-02, a gap of 32 shows$ – With a “Duo Jam”% – Bob Weir cover, from “Blue Mountain”, First Time Played by Almost Dead^ – With short China Cat & Cold Rain & Snow Jams (Band)& – Kind of a Drums -> Space Hybrid, with Joe, Adam Morford, Billy Martin & John Medeski, playing crazy percussion instruments created & built by Adam Morford on a riser behind Joe’s kit. Eventually Marco, Tommy, Dave & Scott joined in & the segment evolved into Space. First Time Played by Almost Dead.&& – Entire second set from Space on & encore with Stuart Bogie on Sax, flute & clarinet.* – With John Medeski on percussion & then Hammond Organ and Billy Martin & Adam Morford on Percussion+ – With John Medeski on Hammond Organ and Billy Martin & Adam Morford on [email protected]@ – With a tease of what I think was a Tears for Fears tune (TH)## – First Time Played by Almost Dead$$ – With Black Throated Wind teases (SM), Chuckles (WOLF) Teases (SM) and a “Duo Jam”%% – Played with the house lights on Joe Russo’s Almost Dead’s Taper Tuesday is upon us yet again. For the 39th installment of the series, the group has just released the soundboards from the Grateful Dead ensemble’s arena debut at the 1st Bank Center in Broomfield, Colorado, back at the end of April. While originally scheduled for Almost Dead’s Red Rocks debut, following dangerous weather conditions, the group had to suddenly change their plans, leading to their performance at the 1st Bank.Joe Russo’s Almost Dead Details Rescheduled Red Rocks ShowSupported by Medeski, Martin, & Wood, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead still had some special surprises planned for the night, including a massive collaborative “Drums/Space” > “Dark Star” to open the second set, which saw John Medeski, Billy Martin, Adam Morford (Morfbeats), and Stuart Bogie join the group ahead of a tight second set housing a massive “Terrapin Suite.” The night also saw the group debut covers of Bob Dylan’s “Shelter From The Storm” and Bob Weir’s “Gonesville” during their first set, and during a surprise second encore, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead closed out their show with the house lights up while debuting Bruce Springsteen’s “Born To Run” (following Joe Russo’s announcement, “Now, for something completely different”). You can check out the official soundboard from Joe Russo’s Almost Dead’s 1st Bank performance below, as well as Live For Live Music’s full recap of the night.Now For Something Completely Different: Joe Russo’s Almost Dead’s Spectacular Arena Debut last_img read more

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8 Dec
2020

Police chase ends with felony arrest in Chenango County

first_imgTOWN OF PLYMOUTH, N.Y. (WBNG) — Authorities say a suspect has been charged with multiple felonies following a burglary in the town of Plymouth. State Police noted that a male suspect was also taken into custody with charges pending. The investigation is still underway. They say Gray is also facing the charges of menacing in the 2nd degree and reckless endangerment in the second degree. Both are misdemeanors.center_img New York State Police say 31-year-old Tami L. Gray of Oneida, N.Y. was arrested and charged with burglary in the 1st degree, robbery in the 2nd degree and attempted robbery in the 2nd degree. All are felonies. The police say Gray was arrested following the burglary and two vehicle pursuits. They say the chase ended in the town of Willet after a “tire deflation device” was used.last_img read more

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29 Dec
2019

Around Whittier

first_imgNORWALK – Robbers smashed a vehicle through the window of Continental Check Cashing, 12854 Pioneer Blvd., and stole cash, police said Thursday. After taking an unspecified amount, the robbers abandoned the car, which deputies later identified as stolen, and ran to another stolen car to flee at 6:45 p.m. Wednesday, said Sgt. Tom McNeil. They abandoned the second car a few blocks away and got into a third stolen car. Anyone with information was asked to call sheriff’s Norwalk Station, (562) 863-8711. Officer crashes during car chase MONTEBELLO – A Montebello police officer was uninjured after his patrol car collided with a curb and rolled onto its right side Wednesday night, police said. The officer, a member of Montebello Police Department’s special investigations unit, was responding to a call for assistance from officers pursuing a narcotics suspect at 6:15 p.m. Wednesday, said police Chief Gary CousoVasquez. As the officer drove through an intersection at Slauson Avenue and Rosemead Boulevard, two other vehicles did not stop, and the officer swerved his car to avoid them. His vehicle then rolled onto its right side and hit a curb. The officer, whom Couso-Vasquez declined to identify, was resting at Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center Thursday night. The narcotics suspect officers were pursuing was apprehended and arrested, said Sgt. Brian Dragoo. Afternoon stabbing leaves man critical NORWALK – A man was in critical condition Thursday night after being stabbed in an alley. Sam Leal, 37, of Norwalk was airlifted to Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center about 3 p.m. Thursday, after he was stabbed in the abdomen behind a business at 13422 Telegraph Road, said Lt. John Voza. Shelter store seeks volunteer workers WHITTIER – Sacks on the Boulevard, the Shelter’s Right Hand thrift shop that benefits the Women’s and Children’s Crisis Shelter, needs to add to is staff of volunteer workers. Sales from the shop generated $50,000 for the shelter last year. Now, the Shelter’s Right Hand has added an upstairs boutique, “A Step Up,” that carries upscale merchandise. If you can give a few hours in the morning or afternoon, or even once a month, call Jan McMahon at (562) 696-1399 or (562) 699-1558. Rio Hondo offers computer classes WHITTIER – Rio Hondo College is offering free computer classes at the Los Nietos Community and Senior Service Center, 11640 E. Slauson Ave., from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. every Monday and Wednesday. For more information, call (562) 699-9898. Environmental group to meet MONTEBELLO – The Save Montebello Hills Task Force, a local arm of the Sierra Club, will hold a general meeting to discuss city park land from 7 to 9 p.m. Jan. 24 at Montebello Methodist Church, 1220 W. Whittier Blvd. All interested residents are welcome to attend and find out if Montebello has enough park space for all its citizens. Parking will be available in back of the church, off Taylor Avenue. For more information, call Margot Eiser, (323) 728-7066. – From Staff Reports AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGift Box shows no rust in San Antonio Stakes win at Santa Anita160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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